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Futbol Americano?

Growing up, Christopher Perez was immersed in the immigrant culture of Miami. His father was Cuban; his mother, Brazilian.

A Whole New Bowl Game

Clyde Ferguson Jr. had just left a 26-year stint as a high school band director when his friend invited him to go bowling on a Sunday night.

How Low They Did Go

It was an idea senior captain Jason Mohr proposed to Adams State cross country coach Joe Vigil in the beginning of the 1992 season.

There’s No Place Like Home

Home courts are a point of pride for colleges, but teams in New York often have to find creative solutions for practice and competition.

Coach Me if You Can

Olympics-seasoned college coaches share their games strategies before Rio.

All’s Well

Well-being is generally thought of as being happy, healthy and successful. By many of those measures, former student-athletes score well.

‘I Can’t Believe It’s Done’

In May, Julio Luevano graduated with a bachelor’s degree in exercise science and fitness. His schedule – like his future – is now wide open.

An Easy Argument

At Rochester, the team with the longest standing on campus has been attempting to defeat its opposition with words for more than 150 years.

Home-Court Success

Chuck Gordon spent 13 years as director of athletics at Emory. In one sport, though, another Gordon left behind a record-breaking legacy.

Finding Her Way

A few months ago, Jordan Redmond found herself working with special needs students in Kenya.

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